Jai Ho Review

Cineforest Rating: 4/5

Movie: Jai Ho

Cast: Salman Khan, Daisy Shah, Tabu, Nadira Babbar

Director: Sohil Khan

Producer:  Eros International

Music: Sajid-Wajid, Sandeep Shirodkar

Release Date: 24-01-2014



The politically aware groups can never be astute and the Indian film since years has been lay emphasis on over the corruption, excavating the social and biased system of our country. In those, the stupidity is taken a few scores higher and all of a sudden there is a man with certain force to make a big change.  And the whole thing ends lastly. So what’s new in Sohail Khan’s “Jai Ho”?


Confidently, the concept is exciting and it has none other than Salman Khan to lead its way but in terms of innovation it has a limitation. But that doesn’t malicious that you won’t make your way to the cinemas. Jai Ho is still a cinema, which deserves your attention to the jam-packed and demands your clapping. It has the essential fondness, which bring to mind a thought and doesn’t make fun of over the sentiments.


An ex-army officer Jai Agnihotri (Salman Khan) has a humble yet meaningful aim to help the needy and inspire them to help the others. This occupies a whole lot circle, which enlarges with every person extending help. On his border he faces the ire of the local politician (Danny Denzongpa) who is miffed by his noble move and he attempts to target his mother (Nadira Babbar) and sister Geeta (Tabu). This goes private and Jai rises above to save his family. Next he is the crusade, which is shaping up big.


We all are aware about Bollywood Super Star Salman Khan’s social service over and done with Being Human. One could easily relate his movement of helping as many needless as possible in the film. The idea is honourable and you are moved with the message circulated all the way through the two hour twenty minute runtime.


Meanwhile we have Salman Khan, then not expecting some bone munching, face smashing action episodes will be unwise. Sohail Khan wastes no time of any kind to bring in the combative development and Salman Khan enjoys every bit of it.


Together with goes the blooming romance between Salman Khan and Daisy Shah. She does well in all the scenes she gets in. Other actors i.e. Suniel Shetty, Ashmit Patel, Bruna Abdullah, Yash Tonk, Sana Khan are alike good in their roles.


Danny Denzongpa is successful in recreating terror after a long time. But Salman Khan takes the lead among all. His kindness and simplicity wins you over and his violence, which is his trademark never, goes without being seen.


Sajid-Wajid music is good and Sandeep Shirodkar has given dazzling background score.


Final Cut:  Jai Ho is a sure shot entertainer, which has a genuine message at last. Go for it and surely go to help the poor ones.

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